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CITY FANS UNITED VOW - WHATEVER HAPPENS, THIS IS NOT THE END
Saturday, 28 November 2009 00:19

City Fans United, the fans group for supporters of Chester City FC, have pledged to rebuild should the club be forced out of existence due to ongoing financial problems. They have the support of Christine Russell MP who has raised the plight of Chester City FC directly with the Sports Minister, Gerry Sutcliffe.

With the club facing possible expulsion from the Conference on 30th November and with further signs that the financial situation at the club is dire, the fans have set wheels in motion to rebuild a new Chester Football Club should the current set-up become extinct.

With further information emerging that the players have not been paid for a second month and that the Harry Mcnally Terrace has been closed due to stewards being required for other games based in the North West on Saturday, fans are wondering how long the club can continue to lurch from crisis to calamity.

Last Updated on Saturday, 28 November 2009 07:38
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Election of the board of City Fans United
Tuesday, 24 November 2009 14:44

City Fans United have received nine nominations for the Board. As the number does not exceed the number of places available (nine) there will be no need for an election.

In accordance with our rules as a registered Industrial Provident Society, we do need to hold a ratification meeting. The Special General Meeting to ratify the nominees below will be held at 8pm on 10th December in the Home Guard club. Full agenda to follow.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 November 2009 14:51
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City Fans United presents "Legends Night"
Thursday, 12 November 2009 12:05

For one night only in December, City Fans United are proud to present “Legends Night” – a night that will see many ex-Chester City players, in what could be quite simply, the biggest re-union of Chester players in recent memory.

The event takes place at the Divas Show Bar on Thursday 3rd December, at 8pm, and a strong line up is promised for the night, which is being compered by local comedian & Chester fan, Bobby Brown, so there should be plenty of laughs that’s for sure!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 November 2009 17:47
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Online applications now being accepted for CFU & Junior Blues
Wednesday, 11 November 2009 19:07

Online applications for both CFU membership, and also Junior Blues membership (0-15 years) are now being accepted via the City Fans United page on www.chestercitytv.co.uk.

Membership for either organisation costs just £5.00, and can be paid via Paypal.

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City Fans United launches Junior Blues
Thursday, 05 November 2009 13:42

CFU in bid to get young people supporting Chester City FC

It is with great pleasure and immense pride that City Fans United are able to announce the birth of its Junior Blues section.

Chair of the Junior Blues, Dave Cartwright, says: “We want to see the kids of Chester wearing Chester City shirts and scarves, not those of Premier League giants.”

Last Updated on Thursday, 05 November 2009 14:01
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